Tag: Paul M. Garger

A Quiet Approach

Rolling fast out of the hills the long train of coal cars glides quietly, still over a mile away.

And the wind was cold and steady out of the north, the sun near to setting past the hills to the west.

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No One Knows – No One Remembers

After the last forest fire it showed through, tucked back into the hills, a remnant of a time gone by.

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Religion On The High Plains

It gets cold on the high plains. And it seems that nothing stirs, only the wind.

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Meanderings

Near to the mountains there is a valley. It is broad across through the foothills. And lazily through it the muddy river winds its way.

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Powder River Cottonwoods

The springtime songs of birds fill the air. And there is a muffled rush of the waters as the Powder River flows northward toward Montana and the Yellowstone River.

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Two Track Road

Two Track Road

A simple commandment of field work is to always leave gates as you find them. And to some a wide open gate is the same as a sign stating “Welcome Friends – Hunt & Fish.”

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